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Thursday, November 19 • 11:55am - 12:15pm
Evolving Threat Hunting to Adversary Hunting: Using Dark Web and Closed Sources to Understand the Motivation, Social Network and Next Action of an Adversary

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Threat hunting practice has helped security teams detect and reduce dwell time of stealth threats. But most hunting expeditions focus on threats - leaving the adversary free to launch another set of attacks with different tactics. We need to evolve threat hunting into a hunt for the adversary. The deep and dark web, and other closed sources, provide valuable insights into the motivations and activities of threat actors. Over the course of this session, we will understand the motivation behind the actions of these actors, their social networks, and how to anticipate their next steps.

Presented by Sixgill

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Michael-Angelo Zummo

Cyber Threat Intelligence Specialist, Sixgill
Michael-Angelo Zummo is a Cyber Threat Intelligence Specialist at Sixgill. He is a US Marine Corps veteran that started his career as a cryptologic linguist and intelligence analyst. He served at the NSA (National Security Agency) in South Korea where he supported national security... Read More →

Thursday November 19, 2020 11:55am - 12:15pm EST